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Superior ligament of incus

Superior ligament of incus
Latin ligamentum incudis superius
Anatomical terminology

The Superior ligament of the incus is a fibrous band that crosses from the body of the incus to the roof of the tympanic cavity just posterior to the superior ligament of the malleus.

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